Gina Esposito, WSOCTV

Gina Esposito

WSOCTV

Charlotte, NC, United States

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Past:
  • WSOCTV
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WOKV News
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Boston 25 News

Past articles by Gina:

Matthews nursing home residents surprised with balloon delivery

A group of residents at Carrington Place Rehabilitation and Living Center just received their first round of COVID-19 vaccines, but that's not the only thing they got. → Read More

Novant monitors how well its employees sanitize their hands

At Novant Health, doctors and nurses are required to sanitize their hands before entering and after exiting patient rooms. Channel 9 learned the health system even tracks how well the employees follow the rule. → Read More

NC Trump supporters who went to D.C. react to incident at the Capitol

Several buses of President Donald Trump supporters traveled from North Carolina to Washington, D.C. Wednesday. → Read More

Several hospitals ask MEDIC to divert patients due to capacity limits

Novant Health Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer, Sid Fletcher, confirmed two Novant Health Hospitals, including one in Matthews were redirecting patients on Monday morning. → Read More

Food share program receives additional funding to continue operating

In 2020, Loaves and Fishes served more than 40,000 people through its mobile food share program. → Read More

Charlotte agencies help unemployed find work during pandemic

Goodwill and Charlotte Works are two organizations that are helping the unemployed find jobs. → Read More

Distilleries avoid massive fine from FDA for producing hand sanitizer

Doc Porter’s Distillery shifted its business operations when the pandemic hit. → Read More

New disorder linked to patients who recovered from COVID-19

Brindisi said that since the start of the pandemic, they’ve seen several patients diagnosed with POTS after they’ve recovered from COVID-19. → Read More

Ranlo woman hopes to lift spirits after reading heartbreaking letters to Santa

Donna Norman set up a red mailbox so her grandson could mail a letter to Santa. Soon, she was inviting all the children in her community to drop a letter in the box. → Read More

How to navigate Affordable Care Act application process

Time is running out if you need to sign up for the Affordable Care Act. The deadline to apply is Tuesday at midnight. → Read More

YMCA creating plan to help parents after CMS returns K-12 students home

Parents are scrambling to find daycare options for their children now that CMS has voted to return K-12 students back to full remote learning next week. → Read More

Habitat for Humanity provides assistance to families struggling with mortgage payments

According to Habitat for Humanity about 300 families or 29% are behind on their payments, which is three times the delinquency rate prior to the pandemic. → Read More

Local malls closed Thanksgiving, plan to open Black Friday

In September, Simon Properties, which owns SouthPark Mall, Concord Mills and Charlotte Premium Outlets announced all malls will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. → Read More

‘Need your support’: Upcoming weekend crucial for many local small businesses

The weekend will be a critical time for local businesses, especially those hit hard by the pandemic. → Read More

Charlotte Hornets’ 10th annual Cornucopia helps 1,000 families celebrate Thanksgiving

Food Lion donated all the food for these Thanksgiving meals. → Read More

As holidays approach, food banks continue to see increase in demand

A recent survey conducted by the U.S. Census discovered 48% of households in North Carolina are “somewhat” or “not confident” that they can afford to buy food for the next four weeks. → Read More

500 American flags posted outside Kannapolis stadium in honor of veterans

On Wednesday, the nation celebrates its veterans and active-duty military members. → Read More

Grocery stores gear up for Thanksgiving rush

Customers are being told to prepare for possible shortages at grocery stores nationwide. → Read More

City Council may reopen street over ‘Black Lives Matter’ mural in uptown

The mural literally stopped traffic when it was first painted in June and the area has been shut down to vehicles for nearly five months. → Read More

Polling site opening delayed after precinct judge shows up late

The chief precinct judge at Landstowne Elementary off Providence Road in south Charlotte told Channel 9 that she had car trouble Tuesday morning, and got to the polling site a few minutes late. → Read More